Posts Tagged ‘ecpm’

Review of Vibrant Media, Total ECPM

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Vibrant Media is one new ad agency I’ve started using so I thought a review was necessary. Vibrant media offers in text advertising for websites that get 500k users. Does the ECPM live up to the hype? Currently their ecpm is good, and it does pay pretty good per ad click. However, most of their ads only show up in the USA and Canada so you’ll need to use another ad agency for foreign traffic.

Currently I’ve been using a combination of Vibrant Media and Infolinks to get the most out of my text links. So far the combination has paid off, giving me a higher total earnings than using either ad company alone.

If your website does qualify for their stringent requirements, leave me a comment below and I can personally recommend you too their ad agency.

Infolinks Increasing ECPM Lately?

Sunday, January 31st, 2010

It looks like infolinks has once again increased its ECPM, making it a valuable service to run once again. I emailed infolinks customer support which wrote that they aren’t experience a decrease in advertisers, and that in fact I should see an increase in revenue. So far, I have seen an increase in ecpm, which looks like a good sign.

Infolinks still seems to pay higher than kontera.

Infolinks Changes Adshare Lowest ECPM

Monday, January 25th, 2010

It seems that infolinks has been paying the lowest ECPM ever. This may be due to the fact that I’ve been told that infolinks no longer takes 25% revenue share, but a whole 50% share. If this rumor is true then that means infolinks is most likely losing advertisers and taking our money to make up for it. This leads to lower ECPM and less money overall.

*update, infolinks seems to be paying higher ecpm now. They’ve responded immediately to my requests and have assured that their ecpm will be raising soon.

Infolinks ECPM Earnings Going Down?

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

I’ve noticed that after I leave infolinks up for long enough my earnings tend to go down. In fact my ecpm was cut in half after a month of good earnings. Does this mean infolinks is having trouble securing advertisers? Is my infolinks ecpm low because they need more profits? What’s the deal here?

*update, infolinks seems to be paying higher ecpm now. They’ve responded immediately to my requests and have assured that their ecpm will be raising soon.